BRICUP and our French counterparts AURDIP have sent a letter to Catherine
Ashton, EU High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and
Security Policy, demanding that the EU does not soften or postpone the
implementation of the EU
Guidelines on Israeli Settlements

The letter gathered more that 450 signatures from Academics across
the EU and are supported by almost 100 from elsewhere. The signatures
were gathered in just two daysand the non-EU signatures were not sought
but came from Academics outraged thet the EU might buckle to US and
Israeli pressure to abandon even this mild action against illegal settlement

Read the letter and signatures
BRICUP’s press release on the letter